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Since 2007 the legends of the game have made a stop in Boca Raton for the PGA TOUR Champions event at the Old Course at Broken Sound Golf Club. This year, the event will return to Broken Sound but not only take place in a month, it will also feature a brand new title sponsor. The TimberTech Championship will be played in front of a national TV audience the week of October 26 to November 1, 2020.

Since its inception, the newly named TimberTech Championship has raised over $2 million for local charities through the Boca Raton Champions Golf Charities (BRCGC), with the Boca Raton Regional Hospital serving as the primary charitable beneficiary.

World Golf Hall of Fame members Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson, as well as 2010 FedExCup Champion Jim Furyk,

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In support of local restaurants in Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens, Villain Bike Boutique at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens will host a biweekly bike tour on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The 15-mile, three-hour ride leaves at 7:30 p.m. from Villain Bike Boutique, at 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue, Suite 3106. 

Riders will make up to three stops at local restaurants including Paddy Mac’s, Twisted Trunk, Das Biergarten, The Cooper, Salute Market, Rocco’s Taco’s, Voodoo Bayou and Scusi. The ride is free, and any food purchases are up to the rider.

Bikers may bring thier own bike and helmet or rent an electric bike from Villain at a discounted rate. 

Advanced registration is required. For information, call Villain Bike Boutique at 561-629-7507.

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Jupiter Medical Center, ranked number one for safety, quality and patient satisfaction in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast region, continues to make waves for attracting the best of the best. JMC recently welcomed Arthur Katz, M.D., as the medical director of cardiac surgery at Jupiter Medical Center.

With 26 years of experience, Dr. Katz has earned a highly respected name among his peers and patients and is considered the pulse of the new cardiac surgery program at Jupiter Medical Center. Earlier this year, he was recognized by his peers as a "Top Doctor" in Palm Beach County.

Jupiter Medical Center recently expanded the depth and range of its cardiac resources, with three state-of-the-art cardiac catherization labs to employ the most

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Often referred to as an exotic oasis perched on the prestigious Florida coast in Palm Beach, Worth Avenue attracts the world’s elite to Palm Beach County for the finest in shopping dining and overall Florida lifestyle. Located just steps from the world famous “Billionaires Row”, Worth Avenue is home to some of the world’s most exclusive shopping brands in the world and breathtaking Mediterranean-inspired architecture.

Whether your in the market for a piece of fine art, a slice of your very real estate paradise, or just a stroll among the rich and famous, Worth Avenue has it all. Here is a quick guide of some of our favorite shops, restaurants and places to stay to help you soak it all in: 

Shopping

Veneta

Brioni

Gucci

Jimmy Choo

Louis

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Break out the paint brushes or fire up your favorite digital art tool, ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival is looking for their 2021 commemorative poster artist. The annual arts show will take place on February 13-14, 2021 in downtown Abacoa.

The 2021 commemorative poster can be created using paint, photography, mixed media, digital art, drawing and printmaking. 

Artists are encouraged to integrate the ArtiGras theme of “The Love of Art” or the Palm Beach North region into their artwork.

The event, which also features an juried art exhibition, interactive exhibits, children’s activities and live music is entering its 36th year in Jupiter.

Visit http://www.artigras.org/ for more information. 

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The Maltz Jupiter Theatre will undergo a $30 million expansion ahead of schedule, making th best of some time off during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The goal of the expansion will be to create a creating a Broadway-scale stage so the Maltz can produce the next Broadway hit or national tour and that's really exciting because most regional theaters across the country do that for Broadway. The demolition of the building will begin sometime this month. The changes, expected to completley done by October 2021, will be very obvious as you drive by. On the corner of the building coming off Indiantown Road into the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, will be three stories of glass structure where you can see into the building and you will see the actors rehearsing on the top

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Palm City resident Jim Herman rode a hot putter to an unbelievable 124 (61-63) on the weekend to capture his third PGA TOUR victory at the Wyndam Championship in Greensboro, N.C. Herman, who said he planned on renting a car and driving down I-95 on Sunday night after the tournament, now heads to TPC Boston for the first leg of the PGA TOUR’s FedEx Cup Playoffs. 

Herman jumped from 192nd to 54th with the victory and is now in great shape to advance even further. With the win, Herman now has as many wins over the past 13 months as fellow South Florida resident Rory McIlroy.

There are plenty of reasons why Herman, McIlroy and droves of other PGA TOUR players love to call Martin County and Palm Beach County home. When you combine the ideal year-round

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It looks like a dream come true, an area with breathtaking ocean or waterway views and authentic small-town friendliness. This utopia exists in Tequesta, Florida. The Village of Tequesta is a boater’s delight!  Tequesta is known for its picturesque and relaxing lifestyle on the water just north of Jupiter.  Across the scenic Jupiter Inlet and alongside the graceful Loxahatchee River is the quaint Village of Tequesta.  This is where people have flocked to quietly raise their families or retire and enjoy life peacefully along the waterways.

You may find the name of the little village interesting.  Tequesta received its namesake from a Native American tribe known as Tequesta. They occupied an area along the southeastern coast of Florida.  They had

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Lack of space is a problem even in the most stunning of Jupiter homes. If you are in the process of decorating a small room and realizing this is truly a small room dilemma.  Rest assured there are plenty of reasons why small is better: small spaces are easier to decorate, easier to keep clean, and easier to organize.

It is a dilemma to figure out ways to get collections (a/k/a “junk”) out of view, organized behind doors, in closets, or on shelves. However, there is nothing that makes a small space feel more cramped than having too much stuff on display. These simple tips will help you make a small room look bigger without breaking the bank.

Need a small room to feel bigger? Try these ideas:

-  Add a few mirrors around the room to help reflect

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Life can be challenging at times, so lighten up and treat yourself to something sweet. The northern Palm Beach County has an abundance of sweet treats spots ready for indulgent sampling.  For the average person, there is nothing wrong with sugar per se, unless all the sweet foods in your daily diet are keeping you from eating and drinking the nutritious foods you need. Moderation is always the key.

It is common to have sugar cravings. The yearning stems from both physical and psychological causes. Did you realize when you eat sugar your brain absorbs more of the amino acid tryptophan from your blood? Your brain uses tryptophan to manufacture serotonin. Serotonin is the neurotransmitter responsible for feelings of comfort and elevated mood. The effect

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